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Go through the entrance to the early 20th century with its elegant Art Deco canopy overhead and take up residence close to the main sights of Paris.

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Hotel du Rond Point des Champs Elysees

 

 

The Hôtel du Rond-Point des Champs-Élysées has belonged to Madame Villette-Vuitton’s family since the end of the 19th century. In 1922 two floors and a typically elegant 1920’s façade were added. Esprit de France’s recent refurbishments pay tribute to all the original 1920 features, from the Art Deco canopy and marble elements outside to the wine bottle glassware and the tin radiator covers within.
 

The hotel name, rond point (roundabout) evokes an abundancy of styles and genres inciting difference and travel. Refurbishing encompassed carefully selecting each decor to create a poetic, bohemian-chic universe with a hint of nostalgia, as well hunting down antiques to pair with the modern furniture to create a visual and timeless contrast. The result is a delightful feeling of peacefulness, as if time had stopped.

 

 

 

Hotel du Rond Point des Champs Elysées Esprit de France


Go through the entrance to the early 20th century with its elegant Art Deco canopy overhead and take up residence close to the main sights of Paris. The festive spirit of the era still prevails and induces an impression having gone back in time.
 

Dimorestudio blended something from the era into the compositions. Influences and periods are side by side in a united composite of surprising scenery, which illustrates a clear evolution (instead of just a past era) where works of Art from the Esprit de France collection have naturally found a place. A touch of design with eight Warren Platner chairs which have been reupholstered with a leopard fabric recalling the style Castaing. The clash of styles was designed on purpose and structures an elegantly peaceful ambience for unwinding and getting into long discussions. During the day beautiful natural light filters in through the glass openings and in from the patio; in the evening soothing lighting is provided by sculptural wall sconces.